Our expert says:
The more one ads meds to each other, the less predicatable are the results of their interactions. You don't mention your mom's diagnosis, but presumably it is Bipolar Disorder, otherwise I don't understand the choicwe of these meds. By the age of 70, apart from Alzheimer's, many of us experience normal senile dementia, and exaggeration of the usual aging process, and one's brain may more readily become confused by medicaions. Are you certain she isn't drinking again ? And especally if she is drinking heavil at some times ( a very bad combination with any of these meds ) and then stopping, so as to add alcohol withdrawal symptoms to the mix, this could also contribute to the situation you describe.
I also hope that this cocktail of meds is being prescribed by a proper specialist psychiarist, as managing such drugs is beyond the capaities of most GPs. Maybe a second opinion would be useful
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